What’s the weather like in Guardalavaca in September?
If you want to enjoy the summer in Guardalavaca, September is the last month you can do so. The rest of the year still benefits from the sub-tropical climate of the Caribbean, but if you want to catch as much sun as possible, you better get packing. Guardalavaca weather in September is lovely with long hours of warm sunshine to enjoy each day.
Located off the north coast of sunny Cuba, Guardalavaca is subject to high temperatures, warm seas and an abundance of beautiful sunshine. If it does rain during your stay, you might be lucky enough to miss it. Most of the rain falls on higher ground, which helps to shelter the sandy bays along the coast. Trade winds speed along at an average of 10 mph, helping to control the high temperatures and making the summer weather much more enjoyable.
The average daily temperature in September is 32°C, similar to the four summer months that have gone before it. Even the average lows are still high, with temperatures dropping no lower than 23°C in the evenings. The water is perfect for swimming, with fantastic sea temperatures of 29°C during the daytime. You’ll be able to enjoy a full 12 hours of the Caribbean sun per day. September sees an average rainfall of 163mm but these showers are always short-lived and quick to pass.